Secondary School Teachers Psychological Status and Competencies in E-Teaching During Covid-19

Published: 10 October 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/86fxmytx4j.1
Contributors:
Kai Yan Wong,
,
,
Abdul Gaffar Kunchi Mohd,

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RESEARCH OBJECTIVE 1. To determine teachers’ psychological status (stress, anxiety, depression) during the Covid-19 outbreak. 2. To determine teachers’ competencies in e-teaching (application, monitoring, evaluation). 3. To determine examine teachers’ working motivation. 4. To determine the relationship between secondary school teachers’ psychological status and competencies in e-teaching during Covid-19. Overall, the study shows that e-teaching during Covid-19 pandemic is promising though every teacher is caught by surprise and overwhelmed. Though they face stress, anxiety and depression but it is at moderate level, and they are not deterred from fulfilling their responsibility. Despite of that e-teaching is conducted effectively by teachers at moderate level on the higher end due to team spirit and cooperation among teachers. It is also driven by strong motivation among teachers to carry out their responsibilities. Last but not least, a negative correlation was determined between Malaysia secondary school teachers’ psychological status and competencies in e-teaching during Covid-19.

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Institutions

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Categories

Psychology, Motivation, Social Science Education, Online Teaching, COVID-19

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